Curú Wildlife Refuge

Dec 06, 2019 - National Geographic Sea Lion


Today in the morning, National Geographic Sea Lion visited Curú Wildlife Refuge – the first privately-run protected area of its kind in Costa Rica. Our guests had the chance to see a wide diversity of wildlife, including many different species of mammals.

After a delicious lunch on board, we headed for the nearby Tortuga Island, where guests enjoyed the opportunity to use the stand-up paddleboards, kayaks, or just swim in the warm tropical waters.

Later in the evening, our galley showed off with an excellent barbecue dinner on the beach.

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About the Author

Carlos Calvo Obando

Naturalist/Certified Photo Instructor

Carlos is a freelance wildlife photographer and photography instructor from Costa Rica. Passionate about travel and education, he also works as a certified naturalist guide on the beaches, jungles, and mountains of that beautiful tropical paradise. With 20 years of experience leading groups and making images and portraits of Costa Rican creatures and landscapes, he loves to share his knowledge and tricks with enthusiasm, simplicity, and a good sense of humor.

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